Recently the Durban-based businesswoman and reality TV star, Mam Mkhize (Shauwn Mkhize) took to her Instagram to say that her team Royal AM being snubbed by the Premier Soccer League (PSL) was not new, adding that male-dominated territory was not easy!
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“What has happened to me yesterday it’s not new, Who said a male-dominated territory was easy? I am still standing tall and firm on my ground not shaken by it, thanking all those that send messages of support I really appreciate it from the bottom of my heart ❤️❤️❤️❤️,” said Mam Mkhize.
Mam Mkhize to her enemies that you don’t kick a man when he’s down. “I have faith.”
Mam Mkhize continued to say that the battle with the PSL continues and she does not shoot to miss.
“Good morning Insta family and a happy #Chooseday to you. Thank you for all your support 💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️❤️🕺🏼🕺🏼 This Tuesday aka “Chooseday” I’m choosing me, my boys, and backing #RoyalAM all the way,” said Mam Mkhize on Tuesday.
She went on to say that Royal AM Football Club will always be her priority.
“I’m often juggling a lot of balls at any one given time but my priority will always be #Royalamnation. We fight another day as the battle continues but always remember to choose what’s most important to you! 🙏🏾🙏🏾🤍🖤🤍🖤 at this point in time, I am standing on top and at the edge of the hill with my sniper, protecting my space and my Royal nation, I shoot not to miss,” said Mam Mkhize.
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According to KickOff, straight after filing an application for leave to appeal at the Supreme Court of Appeal following Deputy President Roland Sutherland’s ruling to demand the PSL abide by the arbitration decision to award Sekhukhune United three points, Mkhize was vocal about the latest decision.
The PSL promotion play-offs, which are set to kick off on Tuesday, could be thrown into disarray after Royal AM moved swiftly to bring an urgent application for leave to appeal against the court ruling to award Sekhukhune three points and a ticket for promotion to the top-flight.